English translation of 'शुरू करना'
शुरू करना /shuru karana/
1. begin transitive or intransitive verb
When someone or something begins to do something, they start doing it.
He stood up and began to move around.
Snow began falling again.
'Professor Theron,' he began, 'I'm very pleased to see you.'
2. get phrasal verb
When you get down to something, you start doing it.
With the election out of the way, the government can get down to business.
3. inaugurate transitive verb
If you inaugurate a new system or organization, you start it.[formal]
4. introduce transitive verb
To introduce something means to cause it to enter a place or exist in a system for the first time.
The word 'Pagoda' was introduced to Europe by the Portuguese.
5. kick phrasal verb
If an event, game, series, or discussion kicks off, or if someone kicks it off, it begins.[informal]
The Mayor kicked off the party.
6. start phrasal verb
If someone or something starts out as a particular thing, they are that thing at the beginning although they change later.
It started out as fun but quickly became hard work.
7. start phrasal verb
If you start on something that needs to be done, you begin doing it.
Don't start on the washing-up yet.
8. strike phrasal verb
When you strike up a conversation or friendship, you begin it.
9. take phrasal verb
If you take up an activity or job, you start doing it.
The girls were encouraged to take up a hobby.
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Translation of शुरू करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary